Less than two miles separate Niagara Falls, New York from Niagara Falls, Ontario. Yet, the distance between the two cities using virtually any other measurement is enormous.
The Better Business Bureau is warning Western New Yorkers to beware of several current scams in our area.
Residents and officials are upset with the long absence of Mansfield Town Highway Superintendent Gary Hahn.
An unusual Orchard Park intersection is drawing the concern of a viewer who contacted our Tipline.
Some motorists must navigate deeply rutted dirt roads and this past Tuesday a Cuba - Rushford School bus carrying six elementary school children slid off the heavily rutted dirt road known as Hamilton Hill Road in Clarksville.
It may be a hiccup of sorts in the Buffalo school district's computerized school choice program and it's extremely frustrating for a viewer who obviously wants options for her child.
Inquires via the Two On Your Side Tip Line whether price gouging is at play.
Two men made a bet for charity. Bowlers Jim Kittner and Gary Hasler came together Thursday night to settle it.
If you've paid your car insurance bill lately, you probably did not notice the $10 dollar fee that is tacked on for the "mandatory NY Motor Vehicle Law Enforcement Fee."
Pedometers track your physical activity, by measuring the steps you take each day. Now, they're being used in several local schools to track the physical activity of students.
With the New York State's crackdown on people convicted of alcohol and drug convictions and currently seeking to have their license reinstated, the DMV will review the person's entire driving record.
With our recent snowfalls, snow is still clogging some bus stops and shelters. It's a particular problem for people like Debi Garwol who is disabled.
Police say they have no leads on an accident that could have killed a young woman and her 17-month-old daughter
When the FWS Furniture chain announced in mid-October they were closing, some people contacted 2 on Your Side to report their furniture orders had not been filled.
Some people in the city say they are losing sleep because of a late night leaf pickup.
A pair of seasonal employees face a disciplinary hearing this week after a North Buffalo resident says she saw them "relieving themselves" into the back of a garbage truck.
Lucky the dog has a new home after his ordeal brought out the generosity and kindness of people in the Jamestown area and elsewhere.
"They don't tell us much," says Lockport Supervisor, regarding when store, now 8 years in the making, might actually open.
A viewer named Maxx contacted our 2 On Your Side Tipline via Facebook to ask why there have been no repairs for Stony Road in Lancaster which is a popular access road running between the busy Walden Avenue and Genesee Street in the town.
A woman from Buffalo's Kaisertown Neighborhood says she was "beyond furious" yesterday when she found her three year old son had left his pre-K class at Houghton Academy and walked along the very busy Clinton Street to his home on Krakow Street
If you like to bike or jog or rollerblade or stroll along a scenic paved path, you may soon want to try the new path under construction along Fuhrmann Boulevard. It is made of granite.
Viewer points out what appears to be an error in one of the custom license plates being offered by NY State, seeks our help in getting it corrected.
With this region's drought drying up area streams and creeks, the DEC says flocks of geese are finding their way to neighborhood retention ponds in search of fresh water and grass, ruffling the feathers of Western New Yorkers along the way.
A race operated by Rapid Running is postponed after a mixup involving sponsorship money.
Cheektowaga man deals with runaround as he tries to get lawn mowed on sloping berm behind his home.
A recent complaint to our 2 ON Your Side Tipline questioned the efforts of a city grass cutting crew on vacant lots in the area of Moselle Street in Buffalo
A contractor working on a project to replace a sewer line at the UB Souith Campus made a rather gruesome discovery as crews found traces of skeletal remains and old wood from coffins.
Karen Marks has kept laying hens in her yard for a year, but a neighbor's complaint leads to their potential eviction.
A viewer recently sent an email to our Tipline, asking 2 On Your Side to find out why he is being charged a convenience fee every time he pays his Erie County Water Authority bill.
"We're losing our property," says Town Supervisor in Wilson, one of many Lake Ontario shoreline communities wondering what's next.
A Depew resident who was dealing with a flooding problem for the last three years, now has a solution to her problem. It's all because she contacted the 2 On Your Side TipLine for some help.
The recent death of a young woman in an accident in Wyoming County is prompting an on - line petition drive on Facebook which calls for safety improvements on Java Lake Road.
A viewer contacted our Tipline to ask why there have been no property auctions tied to foreclosure held by Erie County over the past several years.
June bride in a jam contacts 2 On Your Side after learning the reception hall she booked has closed. Business owner says they will try to help.
The e-mails and calls came into our Tipline about letters from the city of Buffalo which start out with the heading : Your Property Is Subject To Foreclosure.
Viewer wants to know: What's up with the low prices?
Two West Seneca Town Board members have voted to request a change in the use of $50,000 in state grant money which was originally intended to help pay for installation of GPS units in trucks for the Highway Department and other town vehicles.
Some people are concerned that an intersection in the city of Buffalo is at best confusing, and at worst, dangerous.
Some residents in the town of Hinsdale are concerned about what they say is a somewhat risky detour which stems from the sudden shutdown of a bridge carrying an access road over a railroad track.
The residents of the Old Orchard subdivision in the town of Pendleton say they have been trying for the past nine months or so to get the town to place a speed limit sign on Cortland Drive which is the main access road to their development off Meyer Road.
Buffalo City Parking Commissioner Kevin Helfer has agreed to study downtown parking regulations covering Delaware Avenue following a meeting with a disabled Amherst man who got a parking ticket for using a space reserved for the disabled.
A 2 On Your Side viewer contacted our Tipline after he got a state DMV letter in early July which warned him his license could be suspended in August unless he resolved a traffic violation dating back to January 1995.
A parking ticket from the City of Buffalo upset an Amherst resident who recently contacted our 2 On Your Side Tipline.
A recent call to our 2 On Your Side Tipline raised questions about the recent construction of sound barriers along the East - bound lanes of the Thruway near the Lackawanna toll barrier.
Sue Krieger of Buffalo called our 2 On Your Side Tipline to ask for our help in getting a replacement for one of her damaged garbage totes from the city.
A caller to the Two On Your Side tipline wondered why the water was left flowing at two of the City of Buffalo's 8 splash pads 24/7.
The City of Tonawanda Fire Chief says he will issue a policy to specify why city fire trucks or other equipment cannot be used at private events and how crews should handle such requests.
There is a resolution to the problem with high grass around a home in foreclosure in the town of Lockport.
A North Tonawanda woman contacted our 2 On Your Side Tipline to inquire about help with funeral and burial benefits for her late father who served in World War 2.
A recent Tipline call inquired again as to why there is no Verizon FIOS service available in the city of Buffalo.
A small Niagara County trucking firm called 2 On Your Side's Tipline to ask why it had not paid for its snow removal work with the city of Buffalo in South Buffalo last December.
There actually is a state law which requires trucks to use a cover or tarp over any loose cargo that cannot be secured
Erie County officials say they now have some answers as to why Eden - Evans Center Road is in such poor condition.